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Page 21 text:
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It was early in September of 1953 when we. the
present seniors, enrol ed in hi school After
a few weeks the dreaded iniation day arrived. The
42 of us were dressed to portray comic strip char-
acters and to amuse the upper-classman with our
greennes. The best dressed characters were Elaine
Schwerin as Robin of Batman and Duane Bustad asnhy
Friend Irma.' The year was completed with a class
Now that the first year had passed, and the fear
of upperclassmen, teachers and such had disappear-
ed, we vigorously set out for our goal. After
numerous attempts for having a school party, we
finally ended the year with a roller-skating party
and later a picnicg however, we knew our stuff and
weren't called wise fools for nothing.
The Junior year brought forth the enormous prob-
lem of money. Homecoming proved an opport ne time
to make some, so we monopolized every possible
HOBBY-liking scheme. Midyear rolled around and
we received our class rings. Later, we funveiledj
our dramatic talent by producing our play, Spring
Journey. Immediately we began working on the Prom
and Banquet in honor of the seniors. The theme,
which was Moonlight and Roses, symbolized an even-
ing in Hollywood. The banquet was held at the
Little Cedar Chu ch and the Prom in the school gym.
The music was provised by the Dixielanders.
This, our last year, got off to a riotous start
with iniation. It was a mess fthe freshmen, that is!
As our class motto, we chose, 'We will do ou best
and God will do the rest.' For a class flower, we
took a blue carnation while midnight blue and silver
are our colors. In the spring came our second class
play, the exquisite banquet and our delightful skip-
Now we proudly depart from this school in the
shadow of the new building.
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Page 22 text:
As I was driving throudm Adams one day, April 19, 1970, to be exact, I happened to run into Norma Battey
She was teaching some of the students the fundamentals of drivang, but was paymg very little attention to it,
and the students accidentally ran into ne Norma insisted that it was Q' fault so we decided to bring the case
before the Juvenile court
When I appeared in court, I found that Davad Smith was the Judge As I looked around I saw several '57
students before me
Behind ne was Lynn Webber who was running for the office of governor His attorney was Miss Shirley Bile
beugh, who is well noted for her defense of guilty criminals
To my left I saw Thermo Cornwell, who 18 a model at Larry Hanson's 'Beauty Deb " From her I learned that
Duane Bustad was taking up where Elvis Presley left off on station HAR, owned by Mary Ann King Neal Hardecopf
was playing opposite Cen Schmitz in the famous Broadway play, "Diapers, and More Daapers "
I overheard two people talking about Fred Kirtz and Barbara Ulwellzng who were living on a deserted island
in the Black Sea They were talking about Hary Ann Steines, Louise Retterath, and Viola Winkels, the famous
Yan Drew Sisters, who are now appearing at the exquisite night club 'lhe Higham owned by Duane Higham
buying cattle for his ranch near Iloldsville which was named after Jerry Wold the noted rustler
I looked down and saw a book on the floor written by Paul Steichen and illustrated by his cousin Bob Steichen
The title was The Little Chickens in honor of Sharon Fask and her brood of twelve She believes that they are
'Cheaper ly thfiosen 5 Eldently Lucille Hass believes 10 this too, because she is teaching 12 children in a
country school for very small wages It seems that Clifford Kiefer, head of the school board, will not gave her
Gerald Osmnmdson as coaching football with Jurine Hullenbach as manager
Dennis Sandburg is on a coast to coast television show sponsored by Zing-0, the famous pepper upper, :mu
factured by Dean lleinzerling and Company His secretary, Betty Ann Brewer, noted for her famous sayings, in
vented the name
Bmmig Gordon and John Koenigs have made a hat as a dance team, the 'Krinkle Toes "
I looked up as I heard a voice, seemingly coning from a Texan. It was Paul Winkels. It seems he is up here
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